How did the Northern Arapaho come to Wyoming? What are the Arapaho values? Why were Arapaho tribal names changed?
- Parent Guide – 8th Grade
- Lesson Plan 1 – 8th Grade, Northern Arapaho
- Lesson Plan 2 – 8th Grade, Northern Arapaho
- Lesson Plan 3 – 8th Grade, Northern Arapaho
- Lesson Plan 4 (STEM) - 8th Grade, Northern Arapaho
- Lesson Plan 5 (Short) - 4th Grade, Northern Arapaho
- Lesson Plan 6 (Short) - 8th Grade, Northern Arapaho
- Lesson Plan 7 - 9th - 12th Grades (STEM) - Northern Arapaho
Students will learn about the "Clash of Cultures" by watching a short video from the WyomingPBS documentary "The Bozeman Trail: A Rush to Montana's Gold".
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The Northern Arapaho of the Wind River Indian Reservation are storytellers. In an effort to pass their culture to the next generation, the Elders tell the children four traditional stories. Using clay animation, shadow puppets, paintings, drawings, and performance, the children make the stories come to life.”
Major funding for the Wind River Education Project was provided by the Wyoming Legislature. Additional funding was provided by the Matthew & Virgie Dragicevich Wyoming Foundation Trust. © 2016-21 KCWC-TV/WyomingPBS